* Played in 21 games and made 18 starts in her second season as a Seminole as Florida State won its first NCAA National Championship in program history.
* Finished second on the team with 12 assists, ranking fourth all-time in a single season in FSU history. It also marked the first time that an FSU player registered double-digit assists in consecutive seasons (13 in 2013).
* Her 12 assists also ranked No. 4 in the ACC on the season and were 14th-best in the NCAA in 2014.
* Set a career high and tied an FSU record with three assists against South Alabama in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 14.
* Tallied six game-winning assists (Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Duke and South Alabama)
* The six game-winning assists rank No. 2 all-time in FSU history, trailing Jessica Price who recorded seven in 2012.
* Five of her 12 assists came in ACC play, tied for second-most in an FSU single season, just behind her six ACC assists from the 2013 season.
* Posted four assists in the six games of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, improving her career total to 10 to set an FSU record.
* A member of the FSU backline that finished second in the country in goals-against average (0.34) and fourth in shutout percentage (0.73).
* The Florida State defense ended the season with seven consecutive shutouts and had not allowed a goal in the final 630:03 of the year.
* Scored two goals on the season – in the 17th minute against Louisville and another in the 27th minute of the ACC Tournament semifinal against Notre Dame. Both goals were game-winning goals.
* Assisted on both goals of a 2-0 win against Duke on October 31 – sending a long ball down to Berglind Thorvaldsdottir in the 36th minute who found Marta Bakowska-Mathews on a cross to open the scoring. Then in the 85th minute, she slipped the ball to Dagny Brynjarsdottir behind the backline where her shot went off the keepers hands and into the net.
IRISH NATIONAL TEAM:
* Earned 24 caps playing with the Irish Full National Team (Republic of Ireland) and has scored one goal.
* Participating in qualification for 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada with Full National Team.
* Recorded over 35 underage caps with the U-17 and U-19 Irish National Teams scoring a combined five goals.
* Earned a U-17 European silver medal with Ireland in 2010...scored the only goal of the game in the semifinal against Germany from 45 yards to advance Ireland to the World Cup.
* Competed at the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup leading the Republic of Ireland to the quarterfinals...scored a goal, the game-winner, against Ghana in group play to advance the Irish into the knockout stage.
* Played with Raheny United for four seasons.
* Captured the 2013 Women's National League title and FAI Cup with Raheny United in 2013.
* Participated in two championship league tournaments with Saint Francis FC.
* Daughter of Eamon and Suzanne Campbell...has three sisters Jaymee, Dawn and Jade.
* Has a cousin who plays professionally with the West Ham United Football Club...granddad Eamonn Campbell is a famous musician from `The Dubliners'.
* Majoring in social science.